Name: Euphoria Kateri Deschamps.
Looks: Euphoria is soft and shy, a girl who cares for the lovey-dovey music, cute little pets and generally anything you’d place as ‘girly’. She has lightly tanned skin, blemish and flaw free. Her face is roundly shape yet she as a strong supporting jaw that makes her lips shine. Euphoria’s eyes glow, the greyish-blue color they are is unmistakeable, and unforgettable, her delicate, dark brown hair, falls down in soft messy waves, leading into a light blonde; ombre style. Euphoria’s not a very tall girl, nor does she support a strong build or a lot of weight. Tara’s a completely petite girl; standing at 5’4 and weighing just over 100 pounds, she’s tiny, and her voice and personality show that too.
Personality: When you don’t know Euphoria, she seems like a complete introvert; shy, quiet, isolated. Though that isn’t Ori, not one bit, Euphoria is actually very loud, childish and hyper, she gets close to people fast and has a huge heart. She cares for most, other than those who hurt the ones closest to her, it’s easiest to be on her good side but if you get on her bad one, you might want to watch your back.
Likes: Singing – Dancing – Running – Football – Photography – Shopping – Hunting – Exercising
Dislikes: Coffee – Cantaloupe – Bowl Cuts – Loud Noises – Glasses – Over-Heating – Freezing
Family: Siblings; Dylan Kyle Deschamps (23) Liam James Deschamps (19) Isobel Janette Deschamps (16) Parents; Lunette Marie Bailey (44) Joseph Mitchell Deschamps (46)
History: Life was great for the first sixteen years of her being, until one night when she was walking home from school after a late study session with friends. Vampires roamed her streets and she became their late night snack. Her adoptive parents took her in when they realized that she had been bitten and changed. For the past three hundred years Euphoria, and her ‘family’ have been travelling the world moving from her hometown; France, to everywhere else they want…Of course when Euphoria found out about this school she decided that she wanted to meet more people like her, ones that were willing to express who they truly were.